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Esthetics Nutrition chapter 9 Miladys
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Vitamin-containing substances that are converted to the actual vitamin in the body.
Vitamin added to food
Vitamin A derivitive
Vitamin P, found in citrus fruits, helps healthy skin
3 basic food groups: fat, protein, carbs
Vitamins and substances without calories that are essential
Organic acids that form building blocks of protein
Nonessential Amino Acids
Can be synthesized by the body
Combination of 2 or more incomplete foods, provide all amino acids
Breakdown sugars and supply energy for the body
Adenosine triphosphate ATP
Provides energy to cells and converts oxygen to carbon dioxide
Carb-lipid complexes, good water binders
Water binding substance between fibers of dermis
Blood sugar/glucose drop too low; too much insulin or low food intake
Common amino acids
Calories per gram of fat
Calories per gram of protein or carb
Daily fat intake
Aids in hair growth
Water soluble vitamins
B and C
Fat soluble vitamins
A, D, E and K
Fructose, glucose and galactose
Vitamin E Deficiency
Can cause muscular atrophy, heart disease and impotency
Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine Foods
Whole grains, leafy greens, yeast, bananas, organ meats
Foods containing Copper
Almonds and seafood
Mineral important for fluid balance, the heart muscle, the nervous system and kidneys. Found in Bananas, fruit and legumes.
B vitamin that is involved in energy formation by cells and the synthesis of both proteins and fatty acids
Tocopherol, primarily an antioxidant. Can be applied both externally and internally to help heal tissue damage. Found in greens, meats and eggs.
Important for proper bone and tooth formation. Found in fluoridated water and toothpaste.
Antioxidant that repairs skin cells. Found in yellow and green fruits, carrots
B Vitamin Foods
Leafy greens, whole grains
Mineral important for protein synthesis, collagen formation, promotes wound healing and helps the immune system
Plants are a good source of Vitamin D. True or False.
Helps with blood clotting. Found in leafy greens, milk, kelp
Ascorbic Acid. Found in citrus, tomatoes, potatoes
Synthesized from cholesterol. Found in egg yolks, organ meats, fish
Excess iodine can trigger acne. True or False.
Inorganic materials that are required for many actions.
8 B Vitamins
Niacin, Thiamine B1, Riboflavin B2, Pyridoxine B6, Biotin B7, Cobalamine B12, Folacin/ Folic Acid, Pantothenic acid B15
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